Question about Iomega Zip 100MB (31714) External ZIP Drive
How do I get into my zip drive 250 mb when i put a pass word on it?
1. Insert a blank disk into the zip drive
2. Give this disk a password (it can be any password, as long as you
3. Using the Ioega toolset, set the zip drive's sleep time to a large
value (such as 1 minute)
4. Wait a while until the drive "spins down". You will hear the drive
5. Take a pin or a straighten paper clip and stick it into a hole in
the back of the Zip drive. This will manually eject the blank disk.
6. Insert the disk you want to access (the one you don't know the
7. now use the IoMega toolset to remove the password. When prompted
for the password use the password from step (2).
This is just a word of warning in case you store any important information like I used to on zip disks. Perhaps move to a more secure medium.
Posted on Jul 18, 2008
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